This creative diagram is floating around the web. I call it the Venn Diagram of Faith. If you'll notice, Scientology is at the intersection of all four categories of bollocks (i.e., rubbish). Does that make Scientology the most irrational of them all? Or, is it rather that when faith is the basis for what people accept as true almost anything can be believed, or denied? Does it make a real difference how many things are believed or denied because of faith? Faith itself is irrational. I had a conversation with a friend last night, posing some hard questions for his Christian faith, and you know what he said repeatedly? "You just got to have faith." Faith is the problem. If not, then what is it?
February Class Offering On My Latest Anthology, "Christianity is Not Great"
Study my latest book, Christianity Is Not Great: How Faith Fails. Anyone can sign up. It should be very informative. As an extra bonus I'll contact the authors of the chapters with the best questions from students of the class!
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If you don't plan on taking the class and you know of someone who might be interested, please tell them about it!!